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Periodic credit checks of customers a good practice

Toronto business lawyer Inga Andriessen says the longer a business waits to collect monies owed, the more likely you are to run into a customer bankruptcy. Andriessen ... Read more

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CTL Law changing face of debt collection services

By using a tech-enabled, legal collection model, CTL Law is quickly increasing the standards of accountability in a field that has been previously tainted with negative ... Read more

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Move to increase education in complex insolvency work welcome

News that millions of dollars will be invested to educate the legal profession on the intricacies of insolvency and corporate restructuring work is a positive development, given ... Read more

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Using mediation, case management in insolvency disputes

Lawyers and their clients are increasingly willing to explore out-of-court settlement and management in bankruptcy and insolvency disputes to avoid the time and cost of a ... Read more

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Commercial tenant rights trump landlord rights

A recent decision has reaffirmed and clarified a half century of jurisprudence that holds that a trustee in bankruptcy cannot disclaim a commercial landlord’s interest in ... Read more

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Changes to Collection and Debt Services Act long overdue

Ontario’s new Collection and Debt Services Act is a long-overdue improvement and will provide consumers with more rights, Toronto lawyer Anton Katz tells Lawyers Weekly ... Read more

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Working in the emergency room of corporate law

As the Nortel bankruptcy trial wraps up in Toronto and Delaware, veteran bankruptcy and insolvency lawyer  Arthur O. Jacques  sits down with  AdvocateDaily.com ... Read more

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Open-ended questions effective in fraud investigations

Open-ended questions and pausing during questioning are effective ways of eliciting information in a fraud investigation interview, says Toronto lawyer Kevin Fisher . In an ... Read more

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More judicial oversight needed to curb excess fees

Legislative change is not what’s needed to quell the expensive world of cross-border bankruptcy litigation, says Toronto lawyer Kevin Fisher . “These issues ... Read more

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